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Robot Mom Breastfeeds Baby in the Weirdest NSFW Milk Ad Ever Maybe mother's milk isn't the best after all

Milk ads have a storied history. From the iconic "Got Milk?" franchise to the recent super-gross Fairlife ads, there are many ways to milk a cow—and sell it. 

Here's yet another way—and frankly, it's the oddest video you'll see today. It features a mother calmly breastfeeding her baby, when all of a sudden, well ... mom kind of powers down, and the baby freaks out. At this point, nothing I can write could explain what happens next, so just press play below and find out. (It's fair to say, though, that this ad makes the 2012 Time Magazine cover look like child's play.)

It appears to be the work of a German company called Plain, which is selling what it's touting as "Eine neue art, milch zu trinken"—or, "A new way to drink milk." The headline on the website's splash page reads "Mama's milch war gestern" or "Mama's milk was yesterday," giving us a little clue to the narrative of the ad, or at least its intentions.

What's so special about this milk? Well, according to the website, it contains the "purest milk from happy cows from cold Finland." So, there's that.

Take a look below. And yeah, it's NSFW.

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